|reply to LazMan |
Re: First post - recently joined - GFCI without a ground wire
Yes, I realize nobody suggested simply removing the GFCI in this thread. It was just a free "Public Safety Announcement"
It is human nature to look for easy solutions and I have heard/read many times were someone chose to simply remove the GFCI outlet (or GFCI breaker) instead of trying to identify and fix the real problem.
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